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Physics 12 Topics A: Vector Kinematics in Two Dimensions (Vectors and Relative Velocity) It is expected that students will: A1. identify scalars and vectors A2. identify the resultant vector and component vectors on vector diagrams A3. write vector equations describing the vector addition of two or more velocities or displacements A4. write vector equations describing the subtraction of two velocities or displacements A5. use graphical methods to resolve a vector into two perpendicular components A6. resolve a vector into components using trigonometry A7. use graphical methods or trigonometry to add or subtract vectors A8. describe relative velocity A9. use vector analysis to determine velocities, displacement, and time of travel for navigation problems A10. gather and organize data, produce and interpret graphs, and determine relationships between variables H: Equilibrium It is expected that students will: H1. define translational equilibrium H2. use free-body diagrams and vector analyses to determine the sum of the forces acting at a single point on an object H3. solve problems for common objects in translational equilibrium H4. define torque and identify situations involving the application of torque H5. solve problems involving: torque force lever arm H6. define centre of gravity and determine its location for objects of uniform shape and density H7. define rotational equilibrium H8. determine the sum of the forces and the torques on an object H9. define static equilibrium H10. demonstrate that in static equilibrium, any location can be chosen as the pivot point H11. solve problems for common objects in static equilibrium B: Vector Kinematics in Two Dimensions (Motion with Constant Acceleration) It is expected that students will: B1. identify situations involving the use of kinematics B2. solve problems involving: displacement initial velocity final velocity average velocity acceleration time B3. describe the shape of the path taken by a projectile fired at some angle above the horizon if friction is negligible B4. Understand that horizontal motion of a projectile is independent of its vertical motion if friction is negligible B5. demonstrate that the horizontal velocity of a projectile is constant if friction is ignored B6. state that a projectile experiences a constant downward acceleration due to gravity if friction is negligible
B7. resolve a projectile's velocity into horizontal and vertical components B8. solve projectile motion problems involving: range maximum height time of flight displacement velocity acceleration C: Dynamics (Forces) It is expected that students will: C1. state Newton's laws of motion C2. identify workplace and community situations involving Newton's three laws C3. apply Newton's laws of motion to common situations C4. solve problems involving: